Coroner’s Court: Soldier who shot and killed 19-year-old in Derry in 1972 was not justified in opening fire
Sitting as a Coroner in the inquest on the death of a 19-year-old man in Derry in 1972, Judge Patrick Kinney has found that the soldier who shot and killed Seamus Bradley was not justified in opening fire and that the investigation into his death was flawed and inadequate.
County Court in Northern Ireland — 16 August 2019
High Court: Man found to have contracted ‘marriage of convenience’ loses challenge to residence card refusal
A man who was found to have entered into a ‘marriage of convenience’ to obtain a residence card has lost an application for judicial review of the decision to revoke his permission to remain in the State.
High Court in Ireland — 15 August 2019
In the High Court in Belfast, Justice Maguire dismissed two judicial review challenges in Northern Ireland to the way the Government intends to invoke Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union to trigger withdrawal from the EU.
1 November 2016
A female prison officer with 25 years' service with the Irish Prison Service has been awarded €20,000 in the Workplace Relations Commission after it was found that she had been discriminated against on the grounds of gender.
Workplace Relations Commission in Ireland — 14 August 2019
Workplace Relations Commission: Man whose employment was terminated after dispute over paternity pay awarded €8,000
A man whose employment was terminated after a dispute arose over paternity leave has been awarded nearly €8,000 in the Workplace Relations Commission.
Workplace Relations Commission in Ireland — 13 August 2019
A woman who was sexually harassed at work for over six months after she returned from maternity leave has been awarded €40,000 in the Workplace Relations Commission.
Workplace Relations Commission in Ireland — 12 August 2019
A man who suffered an injury to his knee requiring surgery after he slipped on the stone staircase at the National Museum of Ireland has been awarded €67,000 in the High Court.
High Court in Ireland — 9 August 2019
A garda who was involved in a "traumatic" road traffic collision in Mullingar, in which large pieces of wood entered through the body of the car while his young children were in the back seat, has been awarded €90,000 in the High Court.
High Court in Ireland — 8 August 2019
A man who accumulated a total of 47 convictions between October 2015 and March 2017 has lost his challenge against the decision of the Minister for Justice and Equality to make a removal order and a five-year exclusion order against him.
High Court in Ireland — 7 August 2019
Court of Appeal: Man jailed for sexually assaulting a woman in his parents’ house loses appeal against his conviction
A 31-year-old man who was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman he met on dating app Tinder, but acquitted of rape and making threats to kill, has lost an appeal against his conviction.
Court of Appeal in Ireland — 6 August 2019
Supreme Court: Interlocutory injunction should have been granted to pharma company in patent infringement case
The Supreme Court has held that a pharmaceutical company should have been granted an interlocutory injunction restraining a generic competitor from infringing its (now expired) Supplementary Protection Certificate (SPC) for a combined treatment for cholesterol.
Supreme Court in Ireland — 2 August 2019
The Supreme Court has held that the Employment Equality Acts requires the distribution of essential duties must be considered as part of a “reasonable accommodation” to accommodate employees with a disability, and that the Court of Appeal erred in making a distinction between “tasks” and “duties” when interpreting the legislation.
Supreme Court in Ireland — 1 August 2019
BT has lost an appeal against the finding that it was liable for disability discrimination for failing to make reasonable adjustments in its recruitment process for a man with Asperger’s Syndrome.
Court of Appeal in Northern Ireland — 31 July 2019
Court of Appeal: Man with 'higher than usual mitigation' has sentence for drugs charges reduced on appeal
A man who was found with drugs valued at nearly €270,000 during a search of his house has had his sentence decreased in the Court of Appeal.
Court of Appeal in Ireland — 30 July 2019
A company that was wrongly pursued for a €10.2 million VAT bill due to a “fundamental error” in the interpretation of the VAT Regulations of 1979 (as amended) has lost its appeal against the High Court's rejection of its claim for damages for malicious abuse of the civil process.
Court of Appeal in Ireland — 29 July 2019